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One of the most iconic sneakers of all time was almost discontinued two years after its debut. Luckily it wasn’t, because 37 years later, it’s one of the most popular styles right now, Yahoo Finance reports.
We’re talking about Nike Air Force 1, a classic white basketball sneaker named after the presidential plane. The kicks were released in 1982 and almost didn’t make it past 1984, though thanks to local Baltimore retailers and enthusiastic sneaker lovers at the time, Air Force 1s stood the test of time and earned their iconic status.
Known for being one of Nike’s most comfortable styles, the sneakers come in a wide range of colors and sizes for men and women. A roomy toe bed and supportive heel ensures comfort and style. Going for a stroll? These cushy kicks will go the distance with you, providing arch support and stability.
These lend plenty of street style cred to any look — just team them with your favorite jeans, leggings, or even a midi skirt.
From basketball players to fashion-forward celebrities, Nike Air Force 1 sneakers are super versatile and a great addition to anyone’s shoe collection.
“So cute! They're very structured and feel high-quality, plus they go with everything,” writes one happy Nordstrom customer. “I recommend these if you want some day-to-day sneakers!”
“I did not regret purchasing this one!!!” raves another. “This is my ready-to-go shoe since it goes with everything you wear and style. It’s true to size and true to width too. Definitely a must-have.”
“They are truly a timeless pair of shoes that go with just about anything,” adds another.
Bottom line: Nike Air Force 1 sneakers are a classic wardrobe staple you’ll wear year-round. And at under $100, quite the value.
Shop it: Nike Air Force 1 ‘07 sneakers, $90, nordstrom.com
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